Posts Tagged Agile

My journey to becoming a certified SAFe Program Consultant

If you told me a year ago I would be getting a certification in an Agile Framework, I would have looked you in the eyes and said ‘I am primarily a tools guy.’  While I do love the art of process, my history has primarily been with tooling. If you follow my blog, you will […]

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Big Byte: Understanding the Fundamentals of Agile Part I

Below you’ll find an outline of the Fundamentals of Agile that I’ve compiled from my own experiences as well as other sources. It’s a valuable primer for someone who is new to Agile and an essential refresher for those who are familiar with the process. Next week I’ll post Part Two which will relate to […]

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Mike’s Picks of the Week

What did you find interesting on the internet this week? Share your favorite read in the comments section or connect with me on Twitter or LinkedIn. Here are my top picks: Whether you need a laugh, some motivation or just a little pick-me-up, these 25 quotes about software development are the perfect read. This mind-boggling […]

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Decomposing SAFe’s Big Picture

My article this week is about SAFe, which stands for Scaled Agile Framework. The Scaled Agile Framework is a method that can be applied to Agile software development and is created by Dean Leffingwell. Dean is also known as the author of a few books such as “Agile Software Requirements” and “Scaling Software Agility.” For […]

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How did you get started with Product and Process?

Has anyone ever mentioned the two P’s to you? Product and Process? These are two words I have kept in my mind since my early days with Rational Software. I always believed if you could be good in both areas, then you would be seen as one step above many. It seems that most people […]

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